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Ogechukwu Ozo-Onyali

27 Chiara Court, Towson, Maryland 21204


443- 449- 1134, oozoonyali@yahoo.com,
Portfolio: http://oozoonyali.weebly.com

Education
Master of Arts in Teaching:

May 2015

Special Education (Elem/Middle), Towson University


Master of Science:

Dec. 2009

Financial-Economics, University of London - United Kingdom


Dec. 1998

Bachelor of Science:
Statistics & Economics, University of Nigeria, Nsukka - Nigeria

Professional Development
Certificate of Completion: Hadley Institute for the Blind
Contracted Braille
Un-contracted Braille

Sept. 2015
Feb. 2013

Certificate of Completion: Parents Place of Maryland


Parent Advocacy Leadership Program on Special Education

2012

Teaching Experience
Student Teacher; Carney Elementary School, Baltimore County, MD

January May 2015

Differentiate instructions for grades 2-5 with pull-out and push-in programs
Design, plan and implement math, reading, and writing for small groups
Create Behavior Intervention Plans (BIP)
Participate in Team meetings with parents and other professionals to develop or review student
Individualized Education Plans (IEP).

Student Teacher; Cromwell Magnet Elementary School, Baltimore County, MD

Co-taught with a fourth grade teacher during reading and provided support for students with reading goals.
Supported students in a pullout session to bridge learning gaps.
Prepared and taught universally designed lessons (small group and whole group) that interpreted the State
Standards appropriately.

Reading Partners (Voluntary; Callaway Elementary School, Baltimore)

August December 2014

September 2013 December 2013

Provided one-on-one support in a pull-out program for students experiencing difficulty in reading thereby
improving their reading skills.

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Ogechukwu Ozo-Onyali, 443-449-1134

UNICEF NIGERIA Enugu, Nigeria

July 1998

Worked with a team member to educate children in Northern Nigeria on their roles, rights and
responsibilities under the new Child Rights Act, paying special attention to children in the rural areas.
Facilitated the provision of counseling services, vocation studies and handcrafts to children in conflict with
the law, child beggars and homeless children.

Affiliations and Related Teaching Experiences


Kappa Delta Pi (Towson University) - An International Honor Society in Education.
Association for the Education and Aid of Children living with Visual Impairment (Founder) - Create awareness

about the plight of children living with visual impairment in Nigeria. This program has so far generated multiple
contributions of educational sponsorships, medical aids and braille books for the students.
Baltimore Collaborates Collaborate as team member with other individuals and representatives of non-profit
organizations and school boards to plan and synthesize programs that support children with disabilities and their
families.
Becoming an Informed Essential Parent (Parents Place of Maryland) Facilitate training programs to enable
parents and caregivers to understand their childs IEP.
Baltimore Autism Society: Member and Volunteer. Participate in annual Autism day workshops and seminars.
Council for Exceptional Children (Towson University Chapter) Inaugural Membership Chair.
National Agency for the Prohibition of Traffic in Persons Abuja, Nigeria
Assistant Chief Investigation Officer (Procurement)

May08 to April 12

Collaborated constantly with key unit heads for personnel training on budget and procurement compliance
for the European Development Fund and the Public Procurement Act.
Prepared tender documents, organized the tendering process, and delivered cost savings for the Agency while
facilitating continuous monitoring and evaluation of the supply and delivery process.